Peggy and Christian Terwiesch, book author and professor of operations and information management, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, talk about how connectivity is changing the customer experience.
Peggy and James Arthur Ray, entrepreneur, author, and life and business coach, discuss what makes up success in business and personal life.
Peggy welcomes Rob Mathews, coauthor of Entrepreneurship the Disney Way, to the show to discuss the differences between entrepreneur and enterprise leaders.
James Arthur Ray, author and entrepreneur, joins Peggy once again, this time to talk about leadership roles and responsibilities.
Gregg Witt, partner and chief strategy officer, Engage Youth Co., and author of The Gen Z Frequency: How Brands Tune In and Build Credibility, explains the similarities and differences between Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z.
Mike Walsh, global futurist and CEO of Tomorrow, and author of The Algorithmic Leader, describes the different styles of organizations that are succeeding in digital transformation.
Peggy and Juliana Stancampiano, author, Radical Outcomes and entrepreneur and CEO of Oxygen, discuss how training or reskilling of employees is really broken.
Peggy welcomes Brian Marcel, founder and chairman, Intl. Bar Code System Group and author, to the show to discuss his book and how it is a manual for entrepreneurs who want to change the world.
Peggy and Claudette Rowley, CEO, Cultural Brilliance, and author of Cultural Brilliance, The DNA of Organizational Excellence, discuss brilliant cultures—and the biggest cultural challenges in companies today.
Peggy and Tom Wheeler, visiting fellow, Brookings Institute, and book author, From Gutenberg to Google, The History of Our Future, talk about how technology is evolutionary.